Tag Archives: authors

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksEach week, I surf the internet to read articles about the craft of writing. Of these, I save the best I found and share them here with you. Welcome to No Wasted Ink and enjoy.

Putting Readers First – An Interview with Publishizer’s Founder Guy Vincent

Publishing: Has anything changed since the 19th century?

Neil Gaiman: How Stories Last

5 Stupid Grammar Rules You Should Never Follow Because They Make Your Writing Worse

PLANNING TO OUTLINE YOUR NOVEL? DON’T

How to build a book audience: 6 smart methods

Will Readers Find Your Protagonist Worthy?

The 4 Hidden Dangers of Writing Groups

Planning a Book Release Party

The Complete List of Creative Distractions and Defenses Against Them

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week has a fine selection of articles to browse from writing with pens, journaling, and a comical take on what it is like to be in a writing critique group. Go and pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy.

Writing with Color: Description Guide

If Jane Austen Got Feedback From Some Guy In A Writing Workshop

Setting Up Amazon Author pages

Writing crime fiction – 7 elements of gripping suspense

Researching your novel: The ultimate guide

DO DIFFERENT COLOR INKS HELP YOU TO STAY ORGANIZED?

THE ART OF SUBMISSION: CREATING A SUBMISSION WISH LIST

How to Love Writing Again

What I Wish I Had Known When I Started Journaling

Applying the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to Fictional Characters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink writer’s links. This week I have many great articles on general writing tips for you, along with a couple of paper notebook and fountain pen articles. Go and pour yourself a cup of coffee and tea and sit back to relax. There is plenty of good reading to find here.

On Changing Book Titles And Covers: My Own Experience And How You Can Do It Too

Four Ways to Prepare for a Book Launch—Even if You Aren’t Published Yet

WHY AUTHORS SHOULD CONNECT WITH READERS

WRITERS, AUTHORS, BLOGGERS – BEWARE THESE HEALTH RISKS

A Primer on Fountain Pens

The Importance of Keeping A Notebook

10 rules for making it as a writer, by Dennis Lehane

Word Count Woe: What Should You Do With Your Very Long Manuscript?

Seven Secret Weapons That Will Make You a Better Novelist

Sense vs. Sensibility

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThe controversy of Artifical Intelligence taking over the jobs of writers is a real one. It is a subject that I think about as I use more comprehensive tools to edit and hone my own writing with tools and software that was not available even a few years ago. I found an article that addresses the idea that you may wish to look at. The rest of the list are general writing articles that should be of interest. Have a great week!

A LOOK AT POINTS OF VIEW

5 WAYS WRITERS CAN STEEL THEMSELVES AGAINST ONLINE HATERS

How the Perfect Midpoint Moves Your Protagonist From Reaction to Action

Writing Horror And Making A Living With Your Writing With Michaelbrent Collings

Creating an Author Business Plan: Our Product Plan

Could a Robot Do Your Job? Here’s Why You Should Write Like You Freaking Mean It

Should Indie Publishing Be For You?

Alone and Not Alone: How to Create Your Own Group Writing Retreat

How I Published My First Book of Short Stories in 12 Easy Steps

10 Essential Lessons You’ll Learn in a Creative Writing Workshop

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to No Wasted Ink and another Monday of articles to tickle your fancy. In addition to the usual articles about writing tips, there is an interesting article about the Grand Dean of Science Fiction, Robert A. Heinlein and another article about Jane Austen and the liberties she took as an author developing what we now know as the novel format. Enjoy!

Does Genre Fiction Need to Evolve?

Editorial Style

Editing in Layers: Seven Things to Search For In Your Manuscript

Top 7 Writing Tips For Great Characterisation

How to write YA fiction: 10 YA tips

HOW TO TAKE NOTES ON BOOKS AND ARTICLES

ROBERT A. HEINLEIN: MORE FANTASY THAN MEETS THE EYE

Victorian dating book is surprisingly accurate today

In and Out of Jane Austen’s Window

THE ART OF SUBMISSION: INQUIRING AFTER OUR WORK